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Old 12-01-2012, 06:18 PM   #21
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4.88s would be completely fine, 5.29 you will be pretty torquey, but still fine. i runn 4.88s with 33s
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Is it your DD? Drive highway alot?
Yea it's my daily driver and I don't go on the highway much at all till summer time.
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No way you're getting 18.5 on 35's either.


With any gearing.
Next time I fill up ill post a pic of my tripmeter and the gaspump screen.showing how much gas I used and you guys can see for yourself
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Old 12-01-2012, 06:39 PM   #24
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Not BS, I was getting right about 20 highway mpg on stock 4.30 gears.
Dropped down to 17.5-18 when I went to 5.29s, @ 65mph running 2850 RPMs and speedo reading 74mph
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Yeah stock 4.30s
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Old 12-01-2012, 06:51 PM   #26
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I could be wrong, but I thought stock gearing depended on several factors. 'Stock' could be a couple of different ratios
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He is a first gen 4 cylinder first Gens could come with I think between 3.73 to 4.56 stock depending on cab/engine/drivetrain combination
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The axle code for your rig can be found on the manufacture's sticker located on the driver's side door jamb as follows:
First digit:
A = 7.5" ring gear
B = 8" ring gear
Next two digits:
01 = 3:42
02 = 3:58
03 = 4:10
04 = 4:56
05 = 3:15
06 = 3:91
07 = 4.30
Last digit:
A = 2 Pinion, Open
B = 4 Pinion, Open
C = 2 Pinion OEM Limited Slip
some '98-00 models have shown a BO code of "???" on the door plate; so far this turns out to be a 3.91 gear ratio, at least for the 5sp. RZN171L-CRPDKAB with factory 31s/265s should be 4.56 with the AT.
Edit by Ed Quinones on 10-7-05: I used to own a 99 Prerunner ext cab 2.7L with auto tranny and gear code of B07A. It came from the factory with a 4.56 gear ratio.

Edit- Didn't see Jeff was an '06. I have no idea if 2nd gens can come stock with different ratios depending on the model
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i have 5.29s in my 99 2.7 with 6 inch fabtech lift on 33s and the thing hauls ass!! i have some other things done to it but still the gears can make a big difference. i know i would have a problem with 35s. i say you go ahead and get the 5.29s its worth every cent.
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i meant would not have a problem with 35s
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I can help

I have 35s with a 6" lift with stock gears! Bogs like hell, I'm putting the 3.88 gears in it just to give it more go because its my daily driver.
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3.88's? What comes in first gens stock? 2nd gens have 4.10s stock and they bog like hell with 35s! Lol
He's got the manual trans.
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Anyone else think of this thread?

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...-question.html
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I too got 20 mpg highway w/35s on my 4 cyl. I plan to re-gear to 4.88 though. it sucks getting up to speed.
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Pics for proof? How many miles did you get from a full tank? Recalibrate everything? Whats your average speed?

I know i seem like a nazi but all these people claiming 20mpg with 35's can never prove it.

Im on 255/60's currently and im still struggling to get 20mpg. I average about 350miles per tank(usually 16-17gallons).
I went off my scan gauge, speed calibrated based on GPS. Its funny though ive never been able to get over 22mpg average on this truck. Granted ive always had larger than stock tires. 265/75/16 21-22 at best.285/75/16 21 at best. 315/75/16 20 at best. around town 17-19 with any of these configurations. Will 4:88 gears bring me back up to that 22? probably not but id really like some second gear tire chirping like the old days
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"tire chirping" big tires and 4cyl should never go together in the same sentence unless you have some boost.
4.88's will get you back to stock power. No tire chirping. And youll lose some high ability also. Youll run lower rpms up until 60-70. Then youll start running higher rpms actually.
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Lol just saying. Im the guy that went from 6" lift and 33x12.50 mud grapplers to 3" drop kit and 255/60 hankooks because i was THAT frustrated with being able to hold the pedal to the floor and use it as cruise control since the damn thing couldnt go above 70-75mph. Then if you hit a hill or some wind, it struggled going 65. All in 5th gear of course. Highway cruising.

Now i have to watch myself to make sure i dont go 80-90.

Still no tire chirping tho. Trust me. I try it every stop light lol. Several things happen.
First. Youre clutch will burn.
Then (if the clutch bites)Traction control will say"waiiiit a minute. Im a taco. Im not supposed to do this" and stop you
Then you get smart and turn traction control off. You shift to 2nd while spinning em and guess what? Rpms will hold at 3k while your clutch is all like"fuckk my life".
So now you really get smart! Drop the clutch while on the brakes and try to do a brake stand right? Yeaaaa no. Not with that brake position and throttle position sensors. Cant havethe brake and throttle pressed at the same time.

So i may seem like mr. Negative. But im just saying. Ive tried it all. Still not happy with the power these trucks put down.

I occasionaly ponder lifting it back up again but then i remember 13mpg and topping out at 75mph put all my thoughts to rest.
I used to be able to chirp these tires in second with 265s. Im just saying i used to do it. Not sure if the later models have a bunch of new add ons but i dont even have abs on my truck (disabled). I have long travel on my truck now, factor in the height and gained track width i still got 20mpg round trip to socal.
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Guess im just closed minded then cause i refuse to believe that lifted trucks with fat tires can get 20mpg. Maybe somethings just wrong with mine. Idk.

Unless someone can prove it.
I'm with you.

There is the potential for improved mileage if driving is 90% highway and it's all straight and level, but I went to 30s on my '94 with the 22RE and it wouldn't do better than 18 except on one trip down the US highway from Vegas to Phoenix doing 55 the while way.

Same story as you... 5th gear WOT was my cruise control.

People lie about mileage all the time.
They also are unintentionally misleading because they are not calculating properly.
The Scangauge/Ultragauge are only as accurate as their calibration.
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